Saturday, June 18th, 2016

I come across a lot of good articles from across the web. Here is a summary of a few from the last week that give food for thought:


Indian Economy:

  • India’s population can make or break its economy (CNN)
  • 7 charts that reflect India’s industrial growth (Livemint)
  • Is the centre starving the states of funds? (Business Line)
  • National Optic Fiber Network has yet to fulfil its promise to rural India (Livemint)
  • RBI’s debt recast scheme is an unsustainable moral hazard (Latha Venkatesh)
  • The younger generation is moving up the risk-return curve (Monika Halan)
  • “On-tap” licensing and chaos in Indian banking (Mostly Economics)
  • India starting to make regional power-moves (The Economist )
  • Attacks on Raghuram Rajan: Lessons from Israel (ProMarket)



  • The crisis of affordability in real estate (MSCI)
  • Q&A with Henry Kravis (Bloomberg)
  • Japan is neither shrinking nor growing (Ajit Ranade)
  • Mutual funds are reducing competition in the banking industry (Harvard Business Review )
  • Globalisation is fraying (Medium)
  • Student loans have become the largest financial asset on the balance sheet of the federal government (Naked Capitalism)
  • Could the sharing economy create a shift in factor markets from an emphasis on capital to an emphasis on labour? (Time)
  • The next decade will foil financial plans (Advisor Perspectives)


Source: Market Anthropology


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Rishad is the founder of Kairos Capital. He started his career with Standard Chartered Wealth Management and has extensive experience in markets, particularly in terms of mutual funds and stocks.

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